A Clipse reunion may be in the works.

No Malice has been adamant about not teaming up with his former partner-in-rhyme (and brother) Pusha T, but in an interview with Rapzilla, it seems that he may have changed his mind.

“I believe with all my heart that my brother and I could do music together. I believe that we could really impact hip-hop in a very profound way,” said No Malice. “I believe the gift that God has given us could touch a lot of people. As a duo it would just be doubly strong.”

It's been seven years since Clipse's last album, Til the Casket Drops. No Malice became vocal about not collaborating with his brother after revealing his devout Christian beliefs. However, if there's any music in the future between the two brothers, No Malice says that it will “come from God.”

Although Clipse's last album was in 2009, the brothers teamed up on the 2013 track, "Shame the Devil" off of No Malice's Hear Ye Him. We'd certainly be excited to hear what the two brothers could cook up in 2016 -- especially if the Neptunes gets involved.

In the meantime, No Malice is remaining busy. He premiered his podcast, "End of Malice," on Revolt TV last week. And as far as his brother's career, Pusha T is crafting hits and building careers as the president of GOOD Music. And he just rocked the PlayStation Theater during the New York City stop on his Darkest Before Dawn Tour.

Are you excited about the possibility of Clipse getting back on the grind together? Check out the interview above and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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